LG may beat Samsung in Q2 margins; Tessera, Moto settle up

> LG Electronics is likely to beat out rival South Korean manufacturer Samsung in second quarter handset operating margins, according to a Telecoms Korea report. Article

> Tessera boosted its second quarter revenue guidance after it announced it inked a deal with Motorola to license its technology and settle all outstanding litigation between the companies. Article

> Microsoft launched a mobile edition of its new search engine Bing. Article

> Will carrier-branded application stores help consumers decide which apps to download? Commentary

> Sony Ericsson's unlocked W995a Walkman phone will go on sale July 6 at Sony Style locations across the United States. Article

And finally... U.S. antitrust authorities cleared the way for Research In Motion co-CEO Jim Balsillie to move the bankrupt Phoenix Coyotes hockey team to Canada. Article

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